Week 11 Fantasy Football Flex Rankings for standard, superflex, 2-QB leagues

The season marches on to Week 11, and despite just two teams being on a bye (Rams, Broncos), a cluster of injuries have brought names we never could’ve expected into our fantasy superflex/two-QB rankings and flex rankings. It can be difficult to know who to start in one of your flex spots as you compare potential sleepers from multiple positions, but our Week 11 rankings have you covered.

With 10 weeks of data to look at, the pecking order and positional breakdowns for both standard flex and superflex are becoming more clear, though matchups, health, and trends keep the individual players fluid from week-to-week.

We always like to point out the “surprising” quarterback performances each week when compared to other positions, so look no further than Trevor Siemian, who finished as the No. 13 overall player in Week 10 against a Titans’ defense that made Matthew Stafford and Patrick Mahomes look silly. Matchups matter, but even quarterbacks with the toughest matchups have higher ceilings and floors than players at other positions. That said, don’t think we’re crazy for having Siemian over Damien Harris or Jared Goff over DeVonta Smith.

As always, we also have our standard flex rankings, which, unlike positional rankings, are most important from the middle to the end. We have plenty of WRs toward the bottom of the list because they have the higher ceilings, but if you’re looking for a higher floor, at least in standard leagues, you should consider an RB who gets more guaranteed touches. Injuries to key running backs have opened the door to backfield committees, which creates more low-ceiling but viable RB prospects.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

We’ll continue to update these superflex and flex rankings throughout the week, so check back for the latest player movement.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker

Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: Superflex

These rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues with 4-point passing TDs.

Week 11 Fantasy Flex Rankings

Rankings based on standard, non-PPR scoring

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